Friday Morning Rundown

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Drinking Season Brings Increased Awareness — May has been designated as Parents Who Host, Lose the Most Month by the Fairfax County School Board and the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in support of a countywide initiative that aims to reduce underage drinking as prom and graduation season approaches. [FCPS]

How Much Rain Fell Wednesday? — A lot. More than six inches in some Virginia spots. [WTOP]

Triathlon Still Needs Volunteers — The Be Amyazing YouthTriathon is May 11. The organizers could still use some volunteers. [Amy’s Amigos]

Shop For Prom and Save — The FCPS Prom Shop, operated by marketing students from Centreville High School and the Fair Oaks Classroom on the Mall, opens its Prom Dress Shop Friday. The Prom Dress Shop is located on the upper level of Fair Oaks Mall in the former Champps Restaurant between the Corner Bakery and Texas de Brazil. Students from any area high school who are in need of a prom dress, and do not have the funds to purchase one, can come to the Prom Dress Shop. They must show a valid student ID, or other form of school identification in order to select a free dress. The shop is open limited hours through June 1. [FCPS]

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